Registries, like the American College of Cardiology National Cardiovascular Data Registry (NCDR) and the American Heart Association Get With the Guidelines registries, are cgaining recognition for the many benefits they offer providers, patients and the healthcare industry overall.
Providers — who are now being paid based on their ability to deliver quality patient care — appreciate the intelligence registries offer. Providers that utilize registries and make quality improvements increase their ability to earn payment reimbursements and avoid penalties. In some cases, registry participation is required for earning reimbursements or receiving accreditation.
Patients benefit from registries because they help providers learn about diseases over time, and they also enable providers to develop patient-specific, evidence-based treatment plans. Plus, data from registries can be used to drive progress across the entire healthcare industry.
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